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Patient UK Company Profile

06:50 EDT 19th September 2018 | BioPortfolio

Patient UK was first launched in 1997 by PiP (Patient Information Publications). It started as a directory of UK websites which provided information of health, disease and related issues.In December 2002, Patient UK was re-launched as a joint venture between PiP and EMIS (Egton Medical Information Systems). For the re-launch Patient UK has been extensively revised and considerably more content has been added. Our aim is to be a reliable and comprehensive source of health and disease information, mainly aimed at the UK general public, but of interest to all.PiP is a partnership between Dr Tim Kenny and Dr Beverley Kenny. They have been GPs in Tyne and Wear, England, for over 10 years and have a particular interest in writing and providing evidence based patient information. They are editors and lead authors for the content on Patient UK.
EMIS develops, supplies and supports General Practice computing systems. The company was started by family doctors and has been growing steadily for the last 20 years. It is currently the market leader, having systems installed in over 50% of practices in the UK.

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Email: hilary.cole@kbs.e-mis.co.uk


News Articles [496 Associated News Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Patient centricity: Moving from a ‘nice to have’ to best practice

Patient centricity quite plainly means to put the patient at the âfront and center,â explained Rhonda Henry, vice president, site collaborations and patient centricity, PPD â though many remain con...

New requirements for patient and public involvement statements in BMJ Open

Patient partnership at The BMJ: Walking the talk In 2014, The BMJ launched it’s patient partnership strategy, seeking “to promote patient partnership by walking the talk“. The strat...

The one patient that drives physicians to burnout

We all have that one patient. That one patient who can always find a way to turn a good day bad, who just knows how to push your buttons in all the wrong ways. Who’s that patient for me? Let’s jus...

Patient spotlight - Doing it for themselves

In our accompanying roundtable discussion,we hear views from a group of patients and clinicians based largely in the UK on the actions required  to advance  progress towards providing patient centr...

AT&T and ZOTT Team Up to Redefine the Patient Journey and Improve Patient Satisfaction

ZOTT, the new, cutting-edge patient experience solution, and AT&T, a leader in empowering the digital healthcare transformation, today announced a collaboration to further advance the patient expe...

How to design next-generation EHR data models

Today’s reality of patient management is “disjointed care” and most of the collaborators in a patient’s care team don’t know what each other is doing for the patient in real time. Knowing al...

Patient and Family Councils Make a Difference

A strong quality improvement infrastructure can be the perfect setting for developing a patient and family advisory council, says Libby Hoy, founder and CEO of Patient and Family Centered Care Partner...

HIMSS18: Improving patient engagement through the patient portal

In a March 6 presentation at HIMSS18, Juana Romero of New York – Presbyterian (NYP), and Erin Mackay, MPH, of GetMyHealthDa

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PubMed Articles [1915 Associated PubMed Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Patient Governance in a Patient-Powered Research Network for Adult Rheumatologic Conditions.

Patient-Powered Research Networks (PPRNs) are a unique type of patient-powered patient registry for patient-centered outcomes research requiring that stakeholder engagement play a key role in governan...

Patient Perceptions Correlate Weakly With Observed Patient Involvement in Decision-making in Orthopaedic Surgery.

Shared decision-making between patients and physicians involves educating the patient, providing options, eliciting patient preferences, and reaching agreement on a decision. There are different ways ...

What Should Physicians and Chaplains Do When a Patient Believes God Wants Him to Suffer?

When physicians encounter a patient who gives religious reasons for wanting to suffer, physicians should maintain their commitment to the patient's health while making room for religiously informed un...

How interpreters influence patient participation in medical consultations: The confluence of verbal and nonverbal dimensions of interpreter-mediated clinical communication.

To investigate i) how the patient's participation in interaction occurs in interpreter-mediated consultations (IMCs) when the doctor provides information to the patient or tries to elicit information ...

The Many Faces of Patient-Centered Simulation: Implications for Researchers.

Patient-centered simulation for nonhealthcare providers is an emerging and innovative application for healthcare simulation. Currently, no consensus exists on what patient-centered simulation encompas...

Clinical Trials [2138 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery

In patient education, the amount of information that is not proper with the individual patient, such as too much or too little, can increase anxiety to patient. Needs-based patient educati...

Effect of Patient-Centered Care (PCC) on Patient Satisfaction at Hospital Discharge

The purpose of this randomized clinical trial is to examine the effect of Patient-Centered Care (PCC) on a patient's level of satisfaction on discharge from an acute healthcare setting. Fi...

PAtient NOtifier Feature for Reduction of Anxiety

This study is intended to look at the effect of the SJM vibrating Patient Notifier™ system, which will warn the patient of possible failures of the implanted system, on reducing patient ...

Patient-Centered Advance Care Planning

Based on theories regarding decision-making and patient education the investigators have developed Patient-Centered Advance Care Planning (PC-ACP). This intervention is designed to improv...

Incidence of Vivax Along the Thai Burma Border

This is a continuous cohort study consisting of 200 participants (one third 6 months old to 5 years, one third 6 to 15 years old, one third ≥ 15 years old) i.e. a new patient will be re...

Companies [851 Associated Companies listed on BioPortfolio]

MediciGroup, Inc

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Phreesia

Phreesia is the national leader in patient check-in. By automating patient intake, Phreesia allows medical practices to conveniently collect patient information and payments. Phreesia delivers fully i...

HealthiPASS

HealthiPASS is a digital check-in and patient payments platform that brings transparency and clarity to the patient payment experience. HealthiPASS turns patient bad debt and all ...

Patient Recruiters International, Inc.

Patient Recruiters International (PRI) is an innovative patient recruitment services organization that combines powerful new direct patient access strategies with time-tested meth...

LifeMed ID

LifeMed ID, Inc. is a leader in providing healthcare systems and infrastructure to support patient registration, connectivity and shared data between multiple EMR/EHR/ADT systems,...

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